Chuck muses about fulltiming, campgrounds, and boondocking

    By Chuck Woodbury editor, RVtravel.com I wrote about my crowded RV park in an article in the December 10, 2016 RV Travel newsletter. I did not paint a rosy picture.  Here’s where I’m coming from: I bought my first motorhome about 35 years ago. It was a whopping 18-feet long. There was no air conditioning, no generator. The heater barely worked.... Read More

Controlling these three expenses makes fulltiming more affordable

  By Bob Difley One of the great advantages of RVing is that you can change three of your largest expense categories to adjust to the changing economy or the fluctuation of your personal finances. The three biggest expenses for full-time or near-full-time RVers: fuel, campgrounds, and eating out.  To save on the fuel expense, drive fewer miles between campgrounds, stay... Read More

Talk to an agent that speaks “RV” for your full timing insurance

    When you move to full timing, you might assume your homeowner’s insurance will cover your RV adequately. But rather than making that assumption when you take the plunge, it would be prudent to talk to an insurance agent or company that speaks “RV” to make sure all aspects of your new full time RV lifestyle are covered.     Sticks and bricks... Read More

What do full timers do with seasonal clothing they don’t need?

  One thing you notice when you transition into fulltiming is that you have a lot of seasonal clothes. What do you do with all those heavy sweatshirts, jackets, under layers, and waterproof boots in the summer when it’s T-shirt and shorts weather and all that stuff is in the way and taking up storage space?   Much depends on your... Read More